I have had the opportunity to lead the Builders Sunday Morning Small Group for three weeks studying the gospel according to Mark. This question was from a breakout group studying Mark 8:31-9:1, 9:30-32 and 10:32.34.
It is hard to determine the exact time table between each of these episodes. There are six days that are specifically mentioned in Mark 9:2. Other than that there is some indeterminate travel time. I suppose that it could be determined from the length of time it would take to walk from one area to another as various geographical references are given. That is the best that I have…
Any other thoughts?
You can find previous responses to questions coming from this class here:
- Why were the disciples afraid to ask him when they did not understand?
- Is Peter acting out of fear when he rebukes Jesus for announcing he is going to die?
- Did Peter know what he meant by saying, “You are the Christ?”
- Why are the disciples so clueless?
- Why did Jesus not want to be identified?
- Had the disciples heard of Jesus before?
- How were books of the Bible chosen?